You will always need to create a Key Pair. The key pair contains both your public and private keys. To share your public key, select the key pair from OpenPGP studio and click the Export Public Key button. Save the file and then share it with your trading partner. When your trading partner sends you an encrypted file using your public key, you will decrypt the file using the private key stored in your key pair.
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Hey, We received file from HTTPS .After receiving file ,we Encrypt that file and move to another server .I want to Encrypt file only using Public key. When we move file on the server, then we use secret key to decrypt file on that server. is there any way ,I use only public key to encrypt file.
You'll have to provide more information as to what the issue is...
You can only use a PUBLIC key to encrypt a file. PRIVATE keys are used for "signing" the file only. So, if you get the file from a Website ... and download it... you can encrypt it with any Public Key you have in your PGP Key Manager. That is a matter of just picking and choosing before sending to target server.
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Yes, I just pick the uploaded file and apply encryption and move to server. Problem is that i want to encrypt that file without using secret key.I have only public key. Secret\Private key is used when other team want decrypt that file on server.